With the nick-breaking technology Marbach has brought to the market – already in autumn 2016 – a solution that optimizes the blanking of very small blanks with a double knife. Since then, many customers have employed this new Marbach technology.
In nick-breaking tools, the punches in the male blanker are replaced by special pins. These are positioned in such a way that the nicks can be separated specifically and in a controlled manner. So the ups fall down vertically without twisting or tilting.
Head of Business development at Marbach, Jan Brunner: “Special application scenarios during die-cutting very small blanks with double knife have sometimes caused problems in the past. During the last months customers with such jobs have used the new nick-breaking technology. The results achieved have been positive overall. The customers are well satisfied. They report a significant reduction of machine stops – even with higher speeds. The blanks can be separated and stacked safely. The productivity increases significantly.”
Due to excellent results, Marbach will now offer its new technology to customers as a standard solution for small blanks with double knife.
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Marbach has a new system in place, with which cutting-die and guillotine for corrugated board can be fixed to each other for transport and storage.
Marbach is able to report on a successful presentation at the IADD Odyssey fair in Chicago. Marbach exhibited its newest technologies in die-cutting as well as machines and materials for die-making at its 18 m² booth.
Marbach Tool Manufacturing (Werkzeugbau) will be present at the Kiefel Tech Day from the 28th to 29th of June 2017. Within the framework of TIML-cooperation “Best of each”, and together with the companies Kiefel and Ilsemann, Marbach will give a presentation on the topic “Product Development Competence and Handling”. In addition a Marbach TIML production tool will be shown live in action on a Kiefel machine KTR6.
Marbach operates worldwide. One of its 16 plants is located in Kielce, Poland. This subsidiary was housed in a rented building during the last years. The move into a newly constructed building took place in June 2016. This building has recently won an architecture award.